Interested in becoming a Certified Public Relations Counselor? The one-of-a-kind CPRC credential was developed by FPRA to recognize the professional growth and achievement of its members. Candidates must have earned their APR and have at least 10 years of professional practice in public relations.
Interested members are encouraged to join a four-week, statewide peer group designed to help candidates become comfortable with the two-part examination process. Candidates will practice answering questions retired from the test, followed by group discussion. The weekly, hour-long sessions begin Thursday, Jan. 19 at noon EST.
If you would like to join the group, please email Laura Byrnes, FPRA Vice President Accreditation and Certification, at FPRAcredentials@gmail.com. Any eligible FPRA member is encouraged to join, but please try to let Laura know by Tuesday, Jan. 17.